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Basic Scaffold Inspection (2 Day)

This course is intended for persons responsible for inspecting and checking basic scaffolds for safe use

Cantilever Tower - inspection, safe installation and use

For operators who are already trained in the safe use of tower scaffold (PASMA) and need to utilise cantilever structures in addition to a standard tower

IPAF - MEWP - 1A Static Scissor / Vertical Lift

This course is the internationally recognised operators course, which teaches delegates how to use specific categories of Mobile Elevated Work Platform. It concentrates on the safe use of MEWP's, enabling delegates to become fully competent to drive the MEWP safely. This course concentrates on the Static Scissor Lift (SL) / Vertical Lift equipment which is also known as a Magic Carpet or Genie

IPAF - MEWP - 1B Static Boom / Vehicle Mounted

This course is the internationally recognised operators course, which teaches delegates how to use specific categories of Mobile Elevated Work Platform. It concentrates on the safe use of MEWPS, enabling delegates to become fully competent to drive the MEWP safely. This course concentrates on the Static Boom machine which may be a vehcile mounted boom. Machine also known as a Cherry Picker or JLG

IPAF - MEWP - 3A Self Propelled Scissor

This course is the internationally recognised operators course, which teaches delegates how to use specific categories of Mobile Elevated Work Platform. It concentrates on the safe use of MEWP's, enabling delegates to become fully competent to drive the MEWP safely. This course concentrates on the Scissor Lift (SL) which is also known as a Magic Carpet or Genie

IPAF - MEWP - 3B Self Propelled Boom

This course is the internationally recognised operators course, which teaches delegates how to use specific categories of Mobile Elevated Work Platform. It concentrates on the safe use of MEWPS, enabling delegates to become fully competent to drive the MEWP safely. This course concentrates on the Self Propelled Boom (SPB) Machine also known as a Cherry Picker or JLG


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IPAF Demonstrators Course

This course trains a demonstrator to familiarise operators with their responsibilities and demonstrate pre-operational and safe operating procedures, and the limitations of MEWPs

IPAF MEWP - 1A & 1B Static Scissor and Boom

This course is the internationally recognised operators course, which teaches delegates how to use specific catagories of Mobile Elevated Work Platform. It concentrates on the safe use of MEWP's, enabling delegates to become fully competent to drive MEWP's safely. This course concentrates on static Scissors and Booms these may be trailer or vehicle mounted, these machines are also known as Cherry Pickers, Genie Lifts, JLG's and Magic Carpets, Niftylifts and Nifty 120.

IPAF MEWP - 3A & 3B Mobile Scissor and Boom Lift

This course is the internationally recognised operators course, which teaches delegates how to use specific catagories of Mobile Elevated Work Platform. It concentrates on the safe use of MEWP's, enabling delegates to become fully competent to drive MEWP's safely. This course concentrates on the Scissor Lift (SL) AND the Self Propelled Boom (SPB) these machines are also known as Cherry Pickers, Genie Lifts, JLG's and Magic Carpets

IPAF MEWP - 3A and 1B Mobile Scissor and Static Boom

IPAF PAL Operator training on categories 3A - Self Propelled Scissor and 1B static / truck mount boom.


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IPAF MEWP - PAV, 1b & 3b

This course is the internationally recognised operators course, which teaches delegates how to use specific catagories of Mobile Elevated Work Platform. It concentrates on the safe use of MEWP's, enabling delegates to become fully competent to drive MEWP's safely.


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IPAF PAL + - Scissor

The optional course for trained operators working in challenging environments.


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IPAF PAL + Boom

The optional course for trained operators working in challenging environments.


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IPAF PAL+ Scissor & Boom

The optional course for trained operators working in challenging environments.


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IPAF PAV

This half day IPAF course is for the users of machines which are pushed into position and only travel in the vertical plane

Ladders and Steps - Use & Inspection

This course is intended for staff who use ladders and steps in the workplace. It demonstrates the duties of the employee as well as the employer under the Work at Height Regulations 2005. As well as demonstrating the safe use, maintenance and inspection of individual items of access equipment a practical element.

Pasma - combined tower & low level access

This course is for anyone who may work from low level access units and standard mobile access towers


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PASMA for Managers

Any person who has responsibility for overseeing the work of operatives on site ensuring that work is properly planned and organised and that those involved in carrying out the work are competent and properly trained, and that towers are correctly inspected and maintained

PASMA Low Level access

This course is aimed at users of low level access equipment. It teaches delegates through a combination of classroom based theory and practical demonstrations, the safe selection and use of low level access equipment such as low level access towers, steps and podium towers.

PASMA Mobile Access Tower

This course is aimed at users of mobile access towers (both alloy and fibreglass) and instructs delegates on how to safely erect, move, inspect and dismantle mobile access towers. The course is recognised by the HSE. The official PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers and Manufacturers Association) certification satisfies the ‘Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998’ (PUWER) and the ‘Work at Height Regulations 2005.’


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PASMA Stairwell Training

For people whose work involves using towers on stairs The training teaches how to safely assemble, dismantle, alter, use and inspect without risk of personal injury to the delegate or others

Safety Harness and Lanyard Awareness

This course is intended for delegates who use safety harness and lanyards in the course of their work. Delegates will achieve an understanding of the requirements under the Work at Height Regulations 2005, including the safe selection, use and inspection of harnesses and lanyards

Safety Harness and Lanyard Awareness

This course is intended for delegates who use safety harness and lanyards in the course of their work. Delegates will achieve an understanding of the requirements under the Work at Height Regulations 2005, including the safe selection, use and inspection of harnesses and lanyards


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Scaffold Appreciation

To give attendees up to date knowledge of how to safely assess, monitor, manage, and control Scaffolding operations on site to ensure that cost effective and safe scaffolding works are undertaken by scaffolding contractors.

Scaffold Inspection Course - Advanced - CISRS

This course is run in conjunction with our partners Safety & Access. Course leads to the award of a CISRS SITS (Scaffold Inspection Training Scheme - Advanced) Card. Course is two days in duration and can be completed on site. See PDF for more information.

Working At Height

This course is based around the Work at Height Regulations 2005. It is designed to give delegates an understanding of the regulations, and what these mean for the employee as well as the employer. The course covers risk assessments and shows delegates how to plan any work at height, including equipment selection and how to put measures into place to prevent falls. The course can be tailored to individual companies needs.

Working At Height to Include Harness & Lanyard Awareness

This course is based around the Work at Height Regulations 2005. It is designed to give delegates an understanding of the regulations, and what these mean for the employee as well as the employer. The course covers risk assessments and shows delegates how to plan any work at height, including equipment selection and how to put measures into place to prevent falls. The course can be tailored to individual company’s needs. This course is intended for delegates who use safety harness and lanyards in the course of their work. Delegates will achieve an understanding of the requirements under the Work at Height Regulations 2005, including the safe selection, use and inspection of harnesses and lanyards.


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Working At Height to include Ladders & Steps

This course is based around the Work at Height Regulations 2005. It is designed to give delegates an understanding of the regulations, and what these mean for the employee as well as the employer. The course covers risk assessments and shows delegates how to plan any work at height, including equipment selection and how to put measures into place to prevent falls. The course can be tailored to individual companies needs. This course is also intended for staff who use ladders and steps in the workplace. It demonstrates the duties of the employee as well as the employer under the Work at Height Regulations 2005. As well as demonstrating the safe use, maintenance and inspection of individual items of access equipment a practical element.